Kilchoman distillery have announced their latest release, a 2007 vintage, which will be the oldest whisky to date released by the Islay farm distillery. It’s the second vintage released from the distillery, the first being a 2006 Vintage launched in 2011. Described as having a smoky vanilla and caramel nose with cooked lemon, citrus fruits and butterscotch on the palate… Sounds rather good!
Anthony Wills, managing director of Kilchoman, said:
“This is an exciting development and sees us enter a long-awaited period in our history. Although we’re a relatively young distillery our Vintage six-year-old shows a level of maturity normally associated with much older whisky. We predict that this will sell quickly and hope Kilchoman followers share in our excitement in the development of our malt.”